Sunday, July 25, 2010
Tahiti: Much, Much Moreish Moorea
Australian travellers will be left wanting more of Tahiti's magical Moorea Island with this newly released deal on www.youdeservetahiti.com.au.
Home to a host of walking trails, agricultural tours and water activities including dolphin watching, Moorea's white sandy beaches, crystal clear lagoons and towering mountain peaks has something to tempt everyone.
Elegant Resorts and Villas is offering a taste of Moorea in a seven-night package, staying five nights at the decadent Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort in a Luxury Beach Bungalow with daily breakfast and dinner for $3745.00* per person, and the option to upgrade to a Superior Overwater Bungalow for only $330.00 per person*.
Return economy airfares and taxes are included on Air Tahiti Nui from Sydney, along with a night before and after the magical Moorea stopover in a Classic Mountain View room in Tahiti's beautiful Sofitel Maeva Beach Resort along with return catamaran to Moorea and all land transfers. Offer is valid until December 16, 2010.
For more information and to book visit www.youdeservetahiti.com.au or call Elegant Resorts and Villas on 1800 079 965.
Follow Tahiti Tourisme on Facebook www.facebook.com/TahitiTourismAU or Twitter www.twitter.com/TahitiTourismAU. For more information on Tahiti and her islands contact Tahiti Tourisme on 1300 655 563 or www.tahitinow.com.au.
Photo shows a honeymoon couple on the balcony of their overwater bungalow at the Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort.
*Prices are per person twin share. Subject to availability, conditions apply.
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